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Indigenous Media

Media
Identity
Comparative Perspective
P166
Eli Skogerbø
Universitetet i Oslo
Banafsheh Ranji
Universitetet i Oslo

Thursday 09:00 - 10:40 (07/09/2017)

Building: BL07 P.A. Munchs hus Floor: 1 Room: PAM SEM12

Abstract

It is critical for Indigenous peoples to gain access and opportunity to be represented in, produce and participate in the production of messages that tell stories from an inside perspective for the ability to express and form identities, cultural citizenship and exert influence over decisions that concern them. Media is here often decisive. Recently, access to communication have been eased by the increasing number of digital media, allowing for alternative ways of gaining and distributing information, or mobilizing for action. This panel calls for papers that document and study indigenous media institutions and practices, indigenous journalism, as well as the representation and production of journalism and other communications within indigenous media.
Title Details
Watchdogs or Lapdogs? Indigenous Journalists' views towards Loci of Power View Paper Details
Sámi, Celebrities and Joik. Representing the Indigenous, Addressing the Majority in NRK Sápmi’s “Muitte Mu” View Paper Details
Norwegian Sami Students’ Streaming of Indigenous Media Services View Paper Details
Changing Indigenous Media and Participation in Australia and Norway View Paper Details